As a result of El Paso and Dayton, U.S. lawmakers are openly discussing domestic terrorism laws. However, laws made in the aftermath of tragedy have burned us before.
As a victim and survivor of a shooting, Jonathan Benjamin-Alvarado speaks about the often ignored aspects of mass shootings: the injuries, the damage, the recovery, the trauma. He vows to speak out and joins the Never Again Movement. #NeverAgain
In the wake of yet another mass shooting, Katy Swiecicki writes a letter on behalf of the “pluses” who are also victims of these atrocious acts.
NFL player Colin Kaepernick decided to protest America by sitting down during the national anthem, but what did the world of social media make of it?
In the wake of yet another gun-related tragedy, Ben Werner imagines how an ammo tax could curb violence, change behavior, and benefit our nation.
Jesse Valencia aims to get to the heart of the matter involving gun violence in America: government failure, citizen complacence, and the culture of violence.
Sean Davis examines the debate surrounding the Second Amendment and takes a measured approach to a much-needed solution, one that aims at lowering the abhorrent U.S. gun violence statistics.
Just like Schrödinger’s cat, Jason Arment explains that it’s time to open up the box and face the reality of suicide deaths involving firearms, especially among veterans.
After Trump’s call to ban all Muslims to the U.S. barely dented his popularity, Mathew Mackie discovered that riding “The Fear,” he will be hard to stop.
Richard Jackson’s “Long Reads” dives headlong into the people who cover mass murder, the shady history of vaccines, and the mess of former Australian Prime Minister Abbott’s political house.